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Sep 29, 2016

In December 2015, Forbes took an aggressive approach to its ad-blocking visitors. In this episode of Digiday Live, recorded last week at the Digiday Publishing Summit in Key Biscayne, Florida, Forbes Media CRO Mark Howard describes the four-stage process that Forbes undertook to better understand its ad-blocking readers, and ultimately reach its sales goals.

Sep 22, 2016

The way brands organize for content can vary dramatically. BJ Carretta, vp of digital brand marketing at Fender Instruments, and Nariman Noursalehi, director of SEO at Overstock.com, compared and contrasted how their companies organize for content in the latest episode of Digiday Live, recorded onstage at the Digiday Content Marketing Summit.

 

Sep 20, 2016

It's a truth as old as the hills: people hate talking about money. In this episode of Digiday Live recorded at the Digiday Content Marketing Summit, Lani Hayward, evp of creative strategies for Umpqua Bank, shared how her team started a  conversation about money in a format that hasn't caught on for most brands yet: the podcast.

Sep 13, 2016

In 2013, Coca-Cola made a huge content marketing gamble. It replaced the content on its corporate website with "Journey," an online magazine telling brand stories in Coca-Cola's positive brand. Three years later, the website boasts 5 to 6 million views per month - but that's not the site's key indicator of success. Doug Busk, the brand's global group director for digital communications and social media, shares what Coca-Cola has learned by thinking like a publisher.

Sep 8, 2016

Quartz aims to be the digital publication of choice for global business professionals. That means creating a premium experience around both content and advertising. Instead of using standard banner ads, Quartz’s publisher Jay Lauf wants to marry the aesthetic of magazine advertising with the data tracking capabilities of digital. The hope is that higher-quality advertising gives readers a better experience and helps marketers break through the clutter.

Sep 1, 2016

As the popularity of different platforms shifts across markets, Bloomberg managing director of international Parry Ravindranathan focuses on the two or three that provide the most value. However, even the broadest distribution has little value without monetization. Ravindranathan discusses the challenges of social media, ad blocking and more.

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